Carbon is unique. Lab grown diamond meets Neil Diamond. The ultimate statement in resolution, with distortion below any other IEM we know of. Transparency starts and stops with C. Enough fun built in to make listening to any style a joy, but revealing enough to hear any detail buried in the mix.
The sleek, all-black construction just screams “I AM SERIOUS”. But the smiles it will induce will call that into question. Perfect with any source, from a tablet to a cellphone to a $10,000 rig. A big-screen experience with the clarity of a microscope. Micro and macro dynamics for an unrivaled listening experience.
The C (Carbon) IEM utilizes a lab-grown diamond layer (8 microns) on our own proprietary high-temperature polymer substrate. All components inside our IEMs was 100% designed and tooled in-house, resulting in a totally unique product.
The sonic signature of the C IEM is an interesting mix of Ti and Be, with the enhanced bass response of Ti but the high-end extension of Be. It is well-suited for electronic music or anything with fast transients and extremely wide frequency response. C has the lowest THD of any IEM we have made, by a fairly wide margin.
All our IEMs feature polycarbonate bodies for high strength and zero resonance, custom front-and-rear tuned volumes, MIM logo caps, butyl rubber strain reliefs, and N48H grade magnets. Carbon sports a matte-black rear cap for the ultimate low-key, stealth look.
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|Frequency Response||12 Hz to 38 kHz|
|Impedance||32 Ohms nominal|
|Sensitivity||98 dB SPL at 1mW in ear|
|Power Handling||200 mW continuous|
|Peak SPL||121 dB|
|THD||Less than 0.2% THD at 1mW|
|Cable Length||1.5 m|
|Mass||2.8 / 9.3 g (IEM/Set)|
|Operational Temperature||-20 to +50° C|
|Operational Humidity||0-95% Relative Humidity|
|NRR||31.3 dB (foam eartrip)|
|Overall Length||21 mm|
|Body Diameter||12 mm|
|Nozzle Diameter||6 mm|
|Melting Point||3925 Kelvin|
|Speed of Sound||12190 meters per second|
|Young's Modulus||1050 Gigapascals|
|Brinell Hardness||∞ Megapascals|